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Victims of rebel attacks in eastern DRC receive treatment in ICRC hospital unit

Victims of attacks carried out by the Allied Democratic Forces rebel group in the east of the Democratic Republic of Congo receive treatment at the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC) unit in Beni General Hospital.

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